US Open 2019

US Open 2019: The 2019 U.S. Open will be the seventh played at Pebble Beach Golf Links. The top names in the game are on-hand, and 2019 U.S. Open tee times begin at 9:45 a.m. ET on Thursday and run throughout the day.

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After second-place finishes at the Masters and PGA Championship, Dustin Johnson will be looking to capture his second U.S. Open title this week. Johnson won the 2016 edition at Oakmont and enters the U.S. Open 2019 as the No. 2 player in the world after a win at the WGC-Mexico Championship and seven top-10s in 12 starts.

2019 U.S. Open field, with 15 players currently listed with odds of 30-1 or shorter. That includes several pros looking for their first major like Patrick Cantlay (16-1), Rickie Fowler (20-1), Jon Rahm (25-1) and Xander Schauffele (25-1). Before you make your 2019 U.S. Open picks or enter a PGA DFS tournament on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to see the predictions from SportsLine’s legendary golf expert Sal Johnson.

A media legend and consummate golf insider, Johnson is red-hot on the majors this year. He featured Tiger Woods in his best bets for the Masters, and Woods walked away with his fifth green jacket. Then, Johnson promoted Koepka in his PGA Championship best bets, and Koepka made a mockery of that tournament, building a seven-shot lead entering the weekend and cruising to victory.

Now, Johnson — the first producer of “Inside the PGA Tour,” a longtime ABC Sports golf producer who worked with Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman, and the founder of the world’s top golf stats database — has released his highly confident 2019 U.S. Open picks for Pebble Beach. And they will surprise you.

One shocker: Johnson wants no part of Koepka, the two-time defending champion. In fact, he says Koepka doesn’t even crack the top 10. “There’s way too much pressure on him to three-peat — it hasn’t been done at the U.S. Open in over 110 years,” Johnson told SportsLine. “He’s not at his best on Poa Annua greens. His game is best from tee to green; he has been dismal in strokes gained around the green (ranked 119th) and strokes gained putting (100th) this year. You can’t win all the time.”

Dustin Johnson 7-1
Brooks Koepka 8-1
Tiger Woods 10-1
Rory McIlroy 10-1
Jordan Spieth 16-1
Patrick Cantlay 16-1
Rickie Fowler 20-1
Justin Rose 25-1
Adam Scott 25-1
Justin Thomas 25-1
Jon Rahm 25-1
Jason Day 25-1
Xander Schauffele 25-1
Tommy Fleetwood 30-1
Phil Mickelson 30-1
Francesco Molinari 35-1
Tony Finau 35-1
Hideki Matsuyama 40-1
Matt Kuchar 40-1
Bryson DeChambeau 50-1
Paul Casey 50-1
Webb Simpson 50-1
Brandt Snedeker 50-1
Henrik Stenson 60-1
Marc Leishman 60-1
Martin Kaymer 80-1
Gary Woodland 80-1
Patrick Reed 80-1
Shane Lowry 80-1
Sergio Garcia 100-1
Louis Oosthuizen 100-1
Matt Wallace 100-1
Kevin Kisner 100-1
Graeme McDowell 100-1

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